Happy New Year!
Happy 2012! It is nearly 5 p.m. here on the Eastern seaboard on New Year’s Eve. It will be a quiet New Year’s Eve for me, but like many of you, I hope for happiness and kindness and beauty - and maybe a bit of good luck thrown in - in the new year. These images give me joy and hope for the new year that awaits. Happy New Year, everyone! Credits: 1/2/3/4/5 (via resonances2)
No matter what or how you celebrate, I want to wish everyone the happiest of holidays. Hope you have a chance to reconnect with old friends and to spend time with the people you love. Eat well, stay well, and be merry. I’m signing off until after the holiday, but will be back with some cheer for the new year soon. Merry Everything, Friends! Credits: 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9/10/
We celebrated the Winter Solstice yesterday, and from today on (hopefully!) we will begin to see another minute or two of light each day. In honor of this extra bit of light, I’d like to share these lovely photos of light. That lucky sign? That represents how I feel - I am so lucky to have a good life with wonderful people in it. Happy Holidays - whatever you may celebrate - friends....
Last Minute Details
Last night was the first night of Chanukkah and Christmas is just a few days away. Time for those last minute details! Here’s hoping you all have a wonderful holiday - whatever you celebrate! - and that all of the details come together beautifully. Credits: 1/2/3/4/5/6/7
In Haus Press
I love letterpress. I love things made in small batches. And I love simple, clean, thoughtful details. Add those together, and I love the elegant (with a touch of rustic) work of San Francisco letterpress studio In Haus Press. A little bit cheeky and playful, In Haus Press will always be a favorite (even in a world with many letterpress artists!). See more In Haus work here and read their blog...
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
It’s a short week with my students this week, and it’s fun to watch them become almost like little kids again as they anticipate Chanukkah, Christmas, and Kwanzaa celebrations in the coming days. These photos bring out the little kid in me, too. The gifts are wrapped, the cards have been sent, the caramels are packaged (or long sent off to those I love but cannot spend time this...